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Keven Poore is standing in front of a white background.
He is a man with white skin, short gray hair and a goatee. He is wearing a light dress shirt.

Completing the Daily Health Screen or DHS
is more important than ever given the fact that Monroe County has experienced 3,000+ new COVID cases
since New Year’s Eve
and the positivity rate in the Finger Lakes region has exceeded 10 percent for the first time.
Please pay close attention to the DHS questions as the format will be different starting on
Thursday, January 7, 2021.
Be sure to read the scenarios in detail to be sure you are responding accurately.
Are ANY of the following true?
I have had symptoms that might be related to COVID in the past 24 hours such as:
Loss of taste, smell or appetite,
Chills or Fever higher than 100F,
Sore Throat,
Unusual headache or eye pain,
New cough or change in cough,
Difficulty breathing/shortness of breath,
Abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting diarrhea.
I have been diagnosed with COVID in the last 10 days.
I have been advised to stay home by a medical professional due to COVID concerns.
I have learned that I was a close contact of a confirmed case in the last week.

If an employee answers ‘Yes’ to any of the above questions and ‘screens Red,’
they should immediately contact the
Rochester Regional Health (RRH)
RIT COVID-19 Hotline at:
for a health assessment by an RRH medical professional.
The employee should also contact their supervisor to let them know that they are not approved to be on campus while they are awaiting an assessment by RRH.
Please contact the RIT Service Center at:
with any questions.
Please continue to follow the RIT Ready website
for news and information.
Stay safe,
Thank you.

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